Dinosaur-killing asteroid may have caused global algal bloom, marine extinction
The asteroid impact suspected of killing the dinosaurs may also have triggered a global algal bloom that contributed to a massive marine extinction more than 60 million years ago, according to a study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets.
Making Earth and space science data matter
This is part of a new series of posts that highlight the importance of Earth and space science data and its contributions to society. This series is intended to demystify Earth and space science data, and share how this data shapes our understanding of the world.
UAE-Oman mountains give clues to oceanic Crust and mantle rocks
New research papers
Decadal trends of ocean and land carbon fluxes from a regional joint ocean-atmosphere inversion, Global Biogeochemical Cycles
Elevated shear strength of sediments on active margins: Evidence for seismic strengthening, Geophysical Research Letters
Distinct crustal isostasy trends east and west of the Rocky Mountain Front, Geophysical Research Letters
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